The newest royal, the Duchess of Sussex has garnered heart-warming acceptance from the world’s oldest reigning monarchy, the British press and the commoners. After making several public appearances, the former American actress has put her best royal foot forward in style and convinced us that her style sensibility is impeccable.

Time and again, Meghan Markle has revealed and demonstrated that her beauty and fashion icon is none other than Audrey Hepburn. The Duchess even asked her beautician to shape her brows like those of the Breakfast At Tiffany's star. While Hepburn was Hubert de Givenchy's muse, the same atelier is also Markle’s favourite fashion designer.

Here is looking at some of the times, Meghan paid a fashionable ode to My Fair Lady, donning attires reminiscent of Hepburn’s style.

Bateau necklines

The bateau or boat-neckline was famously incorporated into evening wear by French couturier Hubert de Givenchy in the ‘50s, who also was Hepburn’s closest friend and she, is muse. Together they created the most iconic looks for her movies, with many of the evening wear boasting a bateau neckline. Meghan has been seen supporting boat necks to majority of her public gatherings, including the RAF centenary event with the Queen.

Bellted dresses

Meghan’s belted Givenchy dress, with its flowy button-down skirt, arrowhead collar and a plain belt, which she wore to the Royal Ascot is strikingly similar to the one Hepburn wore while she was learning gavotte in Rome.

My Fair Ladies

Remember the Duchess’ Phillip Treacy fascinator from the Royal Ascot? It is apparently a more toned down version of the one Hepburn wore as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady.

The Black Dress

Markle donned a court-neck dress by Emilia Wickstead to the British Ambassador's residence in Dublin. The smart LDB dress is very similar to the one Hepburn wore during the promotions of her film, Sabrina.

Brides to Be

Meghan said her marriage vows wearing a bespoke minimalist gown designed by Givenchy. The white gown had long sleeves, a boat neck and long cathedral veil, very similar to a Zoe-Fontana gown, Hepburn wore to (and took photos in) her wedding to James Hanson.